Tuesday, 18 September 2012

BSNL to launch 100 Mbps Internet Connection

08:13
Yes, you read it right, BSNL is going to launch 100 Mbps Internet connection. This is done by using a technology called FTH or Fibre to Home which is being used first time in India by BSNL. The FTH has unlimited band width.

Customer will get a CPE called Home Optical Network Termination consisting of 4x100 Mbps Ethernet ports and 2 normal telephone ports. Each Ethernet will provide broadband, IPTV, IP video calling etc. Customers will also get a power back up unit having full load back up of 4 hours and normal for 3 days.

Well, these were all the technical information, lets come to the practical thing. How much will it cost? See it yourself!
Bsnl 100 MBPS


Fibre Broadband Unlimited Plans 

S.N.
Particulars
FiBro 1
FiBro 2
FiBro 8
FiBro 10
1
Bandwidth
upto 1 Mbps
upto 2 Mbps
upto 8 Mbps
upto 10 Mbps
2
Fixed Monthly charges (Rs)
2999
3999
11999
13999
3
Annual payment option (Rs)
29990
39990
119990
139990
4
Download/Upload limit
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
5
Free E mail IDs/Space (per E-mail ID)
4/5MB
4/5MB
4/5MB
4/5MB
6
Static IP address (on request)
One
One
One
Two
7
Security deposit (Rs.)
One month fixed charges
One month fixed charges
One month fixed charges
One month fixed charges
8
Minimum hire period
Three months
Three months
Three months
Three months

Fibre Broadband Unlimited Plans: 

S.N.
Particulars
FiBro 20
FiBro 50
FiBro 100
1
Bandwidth
upto 20 Mbps
upto 50 Mbps
upto 100 Mbps
2
Fixed Monthly charges (Rs)
25999
49999
83999
3
Annual payment option (Rs)
259990
499990
839990
4
Download/Upload limit
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
5
Free E mail IDs/Space (per E-mail ID)
4/5MB
4/ 5MB
4/5MB
6
Static IP address (on request)
Two
Two
Two
7
Security deposit (Rs.)
One month fixed charges
One month fixed charges
One month fixed charges
8
Minimum hire period
Three months
Three months
Three months

Damn, all our dreams are shattered to enjoy a high speed internet in India. Rs 84000 monthly? That's not even the monthly salary of a normal everyday person! How will the people afford this? 
Clearly this is not for everyday people, this might be useful for banks and offices and other professional places. The common man has to keep continuing with the older technology.

This technology is also not been networked in all the cities. Click here to see if your city is supported.

What's your take on this? Please share your thoughts and ideas in the comments section.

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